A candidate for Santa Clara County supervisor was censured by the local Democratic Central Committee over a sexual harassment claim.
South Bay Dems say they won’t let infighting distract them from advancing their platform both nationally and here at home.
With its raucous election for party chair, the Golden State’s donkey party made for all sorts of colorful headlines this past weekend.
Santa Clara County Democrats elected Bill James to serve as the next party chair, ending a 26-year run for Steve Preminger.
Democrats in Santa Clara County are grappling with allegations of harassment against women within their ranks.
August 26 marks a turning point in the history of the struggle for equal treatment of women and women’s rights, and it’s appropriate to ask this week: How far have we really come?
Campaign disclosure forms covering the first half of 2014 came due Thursday, giving political nerds their first chance to break down exactly how much money was raised and spent in the first half of the year. The numbers also show who’s well poised for the November runoff.
County Supervisor Dave Cortese has taken an unusual approach to email in recent months. But perhaps more worrisome for the San Jose mayoral candidate, Cindy Chavez’ successful run for a county supervisor seat last year could cut into funds that were expected to help him get elected.
Sam Liccardo will not accept a voluntary expenditure limit for the San Jose mayoral runoff. The decision leaves little doubt that the 2014 mayor’s race will end up being the most expensive in city history.
The Santa Clara County Democratic Central Committee (DCC) finalized its endorsements for the June primary, giving three sole and two dual endorsements in San Jose’s five City Council races.